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ERNEST A. SANFORD Ernest A. Sanford was born March 8, 1926 in Hanford, CA to Ernest A. Sanford Sr. and Irene May Hale Sanford. He graduated from the eighth grade in New Lenox, IL and came to Red Bluff in 1941 where he attended the Red Bluff Union High School. He served in the
with the 32nd Infantry Division in the Philippines during
. He married Edna Delphine Hazen on January 10th, 1945. They have two sons, Kenneth A. Sanford & Donald R. Sanford, numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He graduated from Shasta College in 1952 and from Sacramento State University in 1958. He taught at Jackson Heights Elementary School and for the Tehama County Dept. of Education. He was past president of the Red Bluff Elementary School
' association, first square dance caller for the Swinging Squares, Post Commander for Jim Kennedy
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post #1932 from 1982-84, district 20 VFW Commander in 1986-87, State VFW Hospital Chairman 1988-90, Post Commander for Mt. Lassen Post # 167 of the American Legion 1992-93,Exalted Ruler for the Red Bluff Elks Lodge #1250 during 1993-94. He is a life member of the Disabled American Veterans' Post # 128; a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose, the Military Order of the Cootie P.T. 61, National Rifle association, Past Commanders' Club, 40 & 8, California Teacher's Association, National Education Association and AARP. There will be Graveside Services on Monday, January 6, 2013 at 2:00pm at Oak Hill Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Hoyt-Cole Chapel of the Flowers.
Published in Daily News on Dec. 28, 2013
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"With gratitude for Ernie's square dance lessons whether his students wanted them or not, he taught with..."
"A good man and good teacher. Mr. Sanford will be missed. Nancy Richardson"
"Rest in Peace, Mr. Sanford. Thank you for a very good and memorable 5th grade at Jackson Heights 1966...."
- Mitch Crow
"John and I appreciated that Ernie always asked about our son, John. He had been his teacher many years..."
- Patty Lemert
"Had him as my Principal at Jackson Heights. He was a great man and person to know. Rest in peace."
- James Potter
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